IECC Overview – Commercial Provisions

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This course will take a high level overview of the commercial provisions of the latest edition of the International Energy Conservation Code.  We will focus on those provisions that have the highest impact on a building’s energy efficiency as we look at what has changed in the code.

  • This course has been approved for 1.5 AIA CES Health, Safety, and Welfare (HSW) learning unit hour.
  • This free webinar is sponsored by the Colorado Energy Office.

Instructor:

Shaunna Mozingo is the President of The Mozingo Code Group as well as being a plans analyst and inspector for jurisdictions. She has provided code adoption assistance and training to code officials, builders, Energy Raters and designers. She is a past president of the ICC Colorado Chapter and has served on the IECC Code Development and Correlation Committees for the 2018, 2021, and 2024 code cycles.

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After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

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IECC Overview – Residential Provisions

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This course will take a high level overview of the residential provisions of the latest edition of the International Energy Conservation Code. We will look at the different ways to navigate through the code, highlighting all of the flexibility built in so that designers, builders, and homeowners have more options of how to meet the end goal of an energy efficient and resilient building.

  • This course has been approved for 1.5 AIA CES Health, Safety, and Welfare (HSW) learning unit hour.
  • This free webinar is sponsored by the Colorado Energy Office.

Instructor:

Shaunna Mozingo is the President of The Mozingo Code Group as well as being a plans analyst and inspector for jurisdictions. She has provided code adoption assistance and training to code officials, builders, Energy Raters and designers. She is a past president of the ICC Colorado Chapter and has served on the IECC Code Development and Correlation Committees for the 2018, 2021, and 2024 code cycles.

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High School Internship Roundtable Discussion

Join this discussion to learn about hosting internships for high school students who are currently enrolled in architecture coursework.

April 3 at Noon

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The AIA Colorado J.E.D.I. Committee invites you to a lunch time discussion to learn how your firm, large or small, can host internships for high school students who are enrolled in architecture coursework and interested in pursuing architecture careers. Discussion participants will include representatives from HDR, Denver Public Schools, and CEC Early College High School.

Raphael Chavez, AIA, will discuss HDR’s Denver High School Architecture Internship Program and it’s collaboration with Denver Public School’s Career Launch Program.

Each Spring and Summer semester, HDR hosts 2-4 high school students where they experience a college freshman level design studio. By the end of the internship, students will have completed approximately 100-120 hours of internship experience which can be applied to their NCARB record as well as receive high school credit.

Students leave the internship with an architecture project which they can submit with their future college applications. Additionally, interns are paid a stipend for the internship which is paid for by DPS. These internships are a great way for your firm to expand opportunities for underrepresented youth in the architecture education pipeline!

Wednesday, April 3, Noon – 1pm

This is a hybrid meeting taking place at the 3rd Floor Collaboration Lounge at the Alliance Center (1536 Wynkoop). When you arrive, the front desk staff will assist with opening the elevator for you.

Alternatively, a Zoom link will be provided in your Eventbrite confirmation email.

West Virtual Connect

Join AIA Colorado West Director Andi Korber, AIA, and connect virtually with other Western Slope members for a time of conversation. Many of us are facing the same challenges day after day and we will gather regularly to share concerns, goals, and ideas for Western Colorado AIA membership. Hopefully, these conversations will create a springboard for more to come.

This will be a virtual gathering and the Zoom link will be included in the confirmation email.

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West Virtual Connect

Join AIA Colorado West Director Andi Korber, AIA, and connect virtually with other Western Slope members for a time of conversation. Many of us are facing the same challenges day after day and we will gather regularly to share concerns, goals, and ideas for Western Colorado AIA membership. Hopefully, these conversations will create a springboard for more to come.

This will be a virtual gathering and the Zoom link will be included in the confirmation email.

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West Virtual Connect

Join AIA Colorado West Director Andi Korber, AIA, and connect virtually with other Western Slope members for a time of conversation. Many of us are facing the same challenges day after day and we will gather regularly to share concerns, goals, and ideas for Western Colorado AIA membership. Hopefully, these conversations will create a springboard for more to come.

This will be a virtual gathering and the Zoom link will be included in the confirmation email.

RSVP here

West Virtual Connect

Join AIA Colorado West Director Andi Korber, AIA, and connect virtually with other Western Slope members for a time of conversation. Many of us are facing the same challenges day after day and we will gather regularly to share concerns, goals, and ideas for Western Colorado AIA membership. Hopefully, these conversations will create a springboard for more to come.

This will be a virtual gathering and the Zoom link will be included in the confirmation email.

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Business of Architecture Roundtable: Remote Work Do’s and Don’ts

Join the AIA Colorado Business of Architecture Committee for a discussion of remote work do’s and don’ts.

The AIA Colorado Business of Architecture Committee invites you to join a roundtable discussion of remote work do’s and don’ts.

Topics to be discussed include:

  • Should our practices be fully remote, fully in-person, or hybrid
  • Setting employer and employee expectations
  • Incentivizing employees to come to the office
  • Remote work policy creation

When: Tuesday, December 3rd

Time: Networking 5:30 -6:00 p.m.; Roundtable discussion 6:00-7:00 p.m.

Zoom: Available at 6:00 p.m.

Where: Neoera office: 1200 Bannock Street, Denver (street parking, parking meter)

Food: Light snacks and beverages will be provided.

Please join us in person, however a Zoom link will be included in your Eventbrite confirmation email.

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Business of Architecture Roundtable: Practice Structure + Organization

Join the AIA Colorado Business of Architecture Committee for a discussion of practice structure + organization

The AIA Colorado Business of Architecture Committee invites you to join a roundtable discussion of practice structure + organization.

Topics to be discussed include:

  • Starting a firm. How to decide whether to be a sole proprietor, LLC or Corporation
  • Firm organization – roles, responsibilities
  • Managing a remote workforce

When: Tuesday, September 3rd

Time: Networking 5:30 -6:00 p.m.; Roundtable discussion 6:00-7:00 p.m.

Zoom: Available at 6:00 p.m.

Where: Hodgin Architecture: 1110 E. 17th Avenue, Denver

Food: Light snacks and beverages will be provided.

Please join us in person, however a Zoom link will be included in your Eventbrite confirmation email.

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Business of Architecture Roundtable: Contracts + Legal Documents

Join the AIA Colorado Business of Architecture Committee for a discussion of contracts + legal documents

The AIA Colorado Business of Architecture Committee invites you to join a roundtable discussion of contracts + legal documents.

Topics to be discussed include:

  • Real world risks faced by architects when entering into contracts
  • When are we most endanger of getting sued
  • How can we prevent lawsuits

When: Tuesday, June 4th

Time: Networking 5:30 -6:00 p.m.; Roundtable discussion 6:00-7:00 p.m.

Zoom: Available at 6:00 p.m.

Where: W&D Law office: 4600 S Syracuse Street, 9th Floor, Denver

Food: Light snacks and beverages will be provided.

Please join us in person, however a Zoom link will be included in your Eventbrite confirmation email.

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